PARKLAND, Fla., Sept. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Before March, 2018, many people had never been aware of Parkland, a wonderful small city, tucked gently west of Boca Raton. While the complete place was concentrating on the destructive activities at the neighborhood Parkland senior high school, a small number of 12 and 13-year-old guys were performing their finest to go ahead with their plans to shock the lacrosse earth come early july – and they delivered. Match the Team 91 Titans, the 2018 National Lacrosse Federation National Champions.
The Team 91 Titans made record in 2018 when Broward Region acknowledged the staff with a Proclamation, labeling January 24, 2018′Team 91 Titans Day’in Broward County. Shown by Region Commissioner, Jordan Udine, at the Tamarac Recreation Middle, the proclamation was shown to the staff for his or her undefeated championship victories in 2017 including a National Championship Sweep at the famous Dick’s Match of Champions held in Wesley Chapel, FL.
The staff has gotten the attention of coaches from all over the place since the Titans’players are finding your way through their senior high school lacrosse careers. The Titans contend on the national stage just and some players have been acknowledged in the country’s many aggressive activities for his or her level of perform, including: Alec Gregorek earning First Team All-World at World Collection Childhood Lacrosse, All National at Player All America Activities and First Team All-Tournament at Dick’s Match of Champions, Jordan Evans who is identified in the lacrosse earth as “Spike” has gained All National at Player All America Activities, First Team All-Tournament at Dick’s Match of Champions, Marcus Acevedo gained Next Team All-World Honors at World Number of Childhood Lacrosse, Matthew Evans gained MVP at Dick’s Match of Champions after a nail biting goal in overtime in the championship game, Liam Gregorek gained First Team All-Tournament at Dick’s Match of Champions for his 90% Faceoff get Average around 2 times of extreme national competition. Bob Alexis gained First Team All-Tournament for his owning efficiency at Dicks TOC. The Titans are going for his or her next work at a national championship next month at the IMG Academy wherever, once again, they will vie against the most effective U13 teams in the U.S.
That weekend at IMG Academy, as expected by the previously two-time 2018 national winners, the Titans put on a center against the most effective qualifying teams from Georgia, Washington and Pennsylvania. The Titans went undefeated this weekend, wining all five activities over the span of two times of competition.
The Titans are composed of players from Parkland, Ponte Vedra, and Bradenton, FL. In three national championship games, the Titans have never missing just one game. The players train, often five times a week, thirty-six months per year. Coached by Robert and Jamie Evans and Directed by Natalie Gregorek, the Titans are scheduled to perform and defend their national brands again next summer at the School of Massachusetts, Amherst at the NLF National Championship. Until then, the Titans will keep education and playing in the lacrosse hotbeds of New York, Maryland as well as others locations.
To learn more about the Team 91 Titans, visit http://www.team91titans.com